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Nature's Germ Killer

Copper can stop germs before they spread out

 

Scientists have discovered a natural way to kill germs fast. Now thousands of people are using it against viruses and bacteria in the nose and on the skin.

Colds start when cold viruses get in your nose. Viruses multiply fast. If you don’t stop them early, they spread and cause misery.

In hundreds of studies, EPA and university researchers have confirmed that viruses and bacteria die almost instantly when touched by copper.

Copper is naturally antimicrobial

 

That’s why ancient Greeks and Egyptians used copper to purify water and heal wounds. They didn’t know about microbes, but now we do.

Scientists say the high conductance of copper disrupts the electrical balance in a microbe cell and destroys the cell in seconds.

Tests by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) show germs die fast on copper. So some hospitals tried copper for touch surfaces like faucets and doorknobs. This cut the spread of MRSA and other illnesses by over half, and saved lives.

The strong scientific evidence gave inventor Doug Cornell an idea. When he felt a cold about to start he fashioned a smooth copper probe and rubbed it gently in his nose for 60 seconds.

 

Copper can stop germs in the nose

 

“It worked!” he exclaimed. “The cold never got going. That was September 2012. I use copper in the nose every time and I have not had a single cold since then."

"We can’t make product health claims,” he said, “so I can’t say cause and effect. But we know copper is antimicrobial.”

He asked relatives and friends to try it. They reported the same thing, so he patented CopperZap® and put it on the market. Soon hundreds of people had tried it. The feedback was 99% positive if they used the copper within 3 hours after the first sign of unwanted germs, like a tickle in the nose or a scratchy throat.

Early user Mary Pickrell said, “I can’t believe how good my nose feels.”

“What a wonderful thing!” exclaimed Physician’s Assistant Julie.

Another customer asked, “Is it supposed to work that fast?”

Pat McAllister, 70, received one for Christmas and called it “one of the best presents ever. This little jewel really works.”

Frequent flier Karen Gauci had been suffering after crowded flights. Though skeptical, she tried copper on travel days for 2 months. “Sixteen flights and not a sniffle!” she exclaimed.

Businesswoman Rosaleen says when people around her show signs of cold or flu, she uses copper morning and night. “It saved me last holidays,” she said. “The kids had crud going round and round, but not me.”

 

Device puts copper right where you need it

 

Attorney Donna Blight tried copper for her sinus. “I am shocked!” she said. “My head cleared, no more headache, no more congestion.”

A man with trouble breathing through his nose at night tried copper just before bed. “Best sleep I’ve had in years!” he said.

In a lab test, technicians placed 25 million live flu viruses on a CopperZap. No viruses were found surviving soon after.

Dr. Bill Keevil, leading copper researcher, placed millions of disease germs on copper. “They started to die literally as soon as they touched the surface,” he said.

Some people press copper on a lip right away if a warning tingle suggests unwanted germs gathering there. The handle is curved and textured to increase contact.

 

Copper can stop germs on the skin 

 

Copper can kill germs picked up on fingers and hands after you touch things other people have touched. The EPA says copper still works even when tarnished.

People report using copper against colds, flu, sinus trouble, cold sores/fever blisters, canker sores, congestion, skin infections, wounds, thrush, styes, warts and ringworm. 

CopperZap is made in the U.S. of pure copper. It has a 90-day full money back guarantee. It is available for $79.95. 

Order here: CopperZap®

Or call: 1-888-411-6114.

Buy once, use forever.

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Statements are not intended as product health claims and have not been evaluated by the FDA. Not claimed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.